So i thought i better post my crazy study schedule for advice before I make too many rash decsions I liked LongDong's approach of doing a lot of questions - unfortunately I've waited until now to really start doing questions. I have 6 weeks until the board test. And here is my plan: First 2 weeks - I will do a reading through First Aid and do all of the questions in the Robbin's Review book, along with all of the questions in USMLERx. That's 30 pages of First Aid a day, 2 chapters of Robbins a day, along with ~75 questions of Rx a day. I figure since Rx drills First aid concepts, I will know First Aid really well, and I will know robbins really well. And this will give me a chance to try a practice test - which I'll take at the center I plan on taking my test at. (150 questions) Last 4 weeks: From there I'll be know where i stand score wise and weakness wise, and I'll start doing mad questions. I plan on doing 100 USMLEworld questions, 50 Qbank and 50 BSS questions a day. That should get me through all of UW and a good portion of Qbank and BSS by the time the test rolls around. All in all that will be 1100 (robbins) 1100 (Rx), 6000 (UW, Qbank and BSS), for a total of 8200 questions. Am I crazy?